Yale Prof, Former Mexican President, Moves To Dismiss Human Rights LawsuitFormer Mexico President Ernesto Zedillo, now a professor at Yale, claims in court documents filed Friday that his status as a former national leader gives him immunity from a lawsuit filed in Connecticut over the 1997 killings of 45 people in a Mexican village.
Former Mexican President Sued In Connecticut CourtFormer Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo, who is now a Yale University professor, has been sued in Connecticut for alleged crimes against humanity in connection with the 1997 killings of 45 people in a Mexican village, a lawsuit that he called slanderous.

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